When we have seen the depth of the world’s suffering and of our own sin, and it has broken our hearts. When that is true of us, we are wide open for the comfort that God longs to give.
One of the most important duties of ministry that all church members, including deacons and deaconesses, should be involved in is the promotion and maintenance of unity within the fellowship. Any discord in that fellowship harms the body of Christ, cripples church growth, dishonors His name and facilitate the work of Satan in destroying the
Pastoral Thought: The Kingdom of heaven is opened to all can who can recognize that their poverty of mind is what draws the heavenly father to lavish us with such heavenly blessing. Speaker: Pastor Joseph Augustin
Edmonton Central SDA Church was pleased to present a musical program entitled “In his love”. The program was centered around our journey through the Jordan River to our need of the Lord and the share of the bread of life and the drink of His sacrifice around the table of the King. The program took place January 21, presented
Pastoral Thought: Walking together, bringing hope to the community can only happen as a result of a total member involvement in the church and community. Cooperation and a teachable spirit besides the fruit of the Spirit will be key to our success. Speaker: Pastor Enoch Okwaro
The first mention of a date for Christmas (c. 200) and the earliest celebrations that we know about (c. 250–300) come in a period when Christians were not borrowing heavily from pagan traditions. The persecuted Christian minority was greatly concerned with distancing itself from the larger, public pagan religious observances, such as sacrifices, games and
Pastor Enock Okwaro – He Who Came Will Come Again – Benediction Anjie Fraser – “Away in a Manger” – violin 4 The Master – “Sing We Gloria” – Quartet Napoleon – “Sing We now of Christmas/God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” – Cello + CD track Slava – “A Child is Born” – Clarinet +
Almost all of our prayers begin by rushing into a series of requests in which we pour out to God our problems, our needs, our irritations. Unfortunately, this only reinforces the focus of our attention on what is troubling us and our inability to remedy it. The disciples themselves must have felt somewhat the same